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Established
1887 (135 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Oakwell
(23,009 Capacity)

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Location
Barnsley

Nicknames
Tykes, Barnsley, Reds

League
English League Championship

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22 Jan 22 Birmingham   -  Barnsley
25 Jan 22 Nottingham F.   -  Barnsley
29 Jan 22 Barnsley   -  Bournemouth
02 Feb 22 Barnsley   -  Cardiff
05 Feb 22 Huddersfield Town   -  Barnsley

Latest Results
15 Jan 22 Barnsley  P - P  Blackpool
12 Jan 22 Barnsley  P - P  Stoke
08 Jan 22 Barnsley  5 - 4  Barrow
29 Dec 21 Blackburn  2 - 1  Barnsley
17 Dec 21 Barnsley  0 - 0  West Brom

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Barnsley Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. The team play in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system.
Barnsley Football Club nicknamed the Tykes, they were founded in 1887 by Reverend Tiverton Preedy under the name Barnsley St. Peter's. The club colours are red and white, and their home ground since 1888 has been Oakwell.

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Josh
Kay



Jordan
Smith



Zeki
Fryers
#3


Ryan
Hedges



Adam
Jackson



Andy
Yiadom
#17


Dimitri
Cavaré



Kieran
Trippier
#15


Angus
MacDonald



Cameron
McGeehan



Joe
Williams



Dylan
Mottley


Kenneth
Dougall
#12


Adam
Davies
#16


Kieffer
Moore
#10


Matty
Pearson
#4


George
Moncur


= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Oakwell is a multi-purpose sports development in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England used primarily by Barnsley Football Club for playing their home fixtures, and those of their reserves.

While the name 'Oakwell' generally refers to the main stadium, it also includes several neighbouring venues which form the facilities of the Barnsley F.C. academy – an indoor training pitch, a smaller stadium with seating on the south and west sides for around 2,200 spectators, and several training pitches used by the different Barnsley FC squads.

Until 2003 the stadium and the vast amount of land that surrounds it was owned by Barnsley Football Club themselves; however, after the club fell into administration in 2002, the council purchased the main Oakwell Stadium to allow the club to pay its creditors and remain participants in the Football League.

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